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13:21
13:21

Afro-Arab Youth Use Cycling to Spread Message of Peace and Unity Uganda 3 1

The event was part of the activities to mark the 18 years of Afro-Arab council's existence and it attracted delegates from the subscriber countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates-UAE, Bahrain, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.
20:03
20:03

COVID19: EPRC Sends All Staff Home government 1 Top story

“Due to the increasing threat of the CORONA virus in Uganda, effective Wednesday March 25th 2020 to April 9th 2020, the Economic Policy Research Centre Staff members will continue working online from their homes,” said EPRC management.
15:43
15:43

Covid-19: Health Ministry to Recruit 210 Emergency Staff Uganda 3 Top story

The proposed staff recruitment comes a few hours after Health Minister; Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng confirmed eight new Coronavirus cases sending panic among the population. According to Dr. Aceng, all the eight cases are Ugandan nationals who travelled back from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
12:00
12:00

Authorised Labor Companies Pinned for Aiding Traffickers Mukono Municipality 4

Alex Sembatya, the Executive Director Make A child Smile, an NGO that rescues victims of trafficking, says the trend has changed as traffickers now establish connections within labor export companies who help them access desperate job seekers.
06:40
06:40

Twenty Dubai Companies for Uganda-UAE Trade Forum

Olive Kigongo, the President of the Uganda Chamber of Commerce said in a statement that the forum presents Ugandan businesses with the opportunity to introduce themselves to the UAE market.
12:28
12:28

Another Ugandan Shares the Agony of Exploitation in Saudi Arabia Margaret Kabanywezi 1 3

A few months into the contract, the young woman developed severe chest pain, signalling the beginning of her misery as she struggled to cope in a foreign land. She adds that during the time, she endured food deprivation, nonpayment of wages and psychological abuse.
14:57
14:57

UIA Issues 286 Investment Licenses Lawrence Byensi 2 1 Top story

Byensi said most of the companies were foreign, with up 75% of the investments being brought in by foreigners. Domestic investors will only cover 25%. Chinese lead the pack of the people asking permits to invest in Uganda. Ugandans came in second.
14:26
14:26

Pilots Optimistic About Uganda Airline’s Future Ethiopian Airlines 2 1 Top story

Captain Charles Karabarinde has called on Ugandans to support the airline. He said it was new, with experienced pilots and expected everyone to support it.
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